disburden[ dis-bur-dn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disburden
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISBURDEN
Iudge you what it is for any liuing creature, not to disburden nature.
Her husband was her only confidant, and to him she did disburden herself.
She sighed and turned to sleep, leaving Emma to disburden her heart in tears.
But he has no desire to disburden himself at the expense of the future reader of his works.
I mention this to you once for all to disburden my mind, and I do not wish to hear or say more about it.
She felt worried, and anxious to disburden her soul of its secret.
He renewed his inquiries; my heart was full, but how to disburden it I knew not.
Nay, daughter, thou art troubled; the quick flush—the startled eye—the timid aspect—thou dost need to disburden thy heart!
On this occasion he had come to disburden on Mr. Dudley his fears of disease and death.
The subjugated sons have used the new relation to disburden themselves still more of their sense of guilt.